Even Adult Woofies require reinforcement and maintenance of their basic skills.
It’s never too early to start training your Baby Woofie. Use firm meows and simple paw gestures.
I mean all of you, even your head!
Woofies grow up too fast. That is why it is essential to train them when they are relatively small, preferably smaller than you, in order to instill a proper respect for Cats in them.
In the Woofies’ imagination, I will always be a Lion.
Are the two youngest Cat girls practicing for their MMA (Martial Meowy Arts) debut? Enjoy the view, but stay out of their way, far out of their way.
Good teachers must keep tabs on their pupils’ progress in order to identify their strengths, weaknesses, and set reasonable learning objectives.
For example, here is the Rookie Kitten’s interim progress report:
Paw-to-Paw Combat: Above Average
Sneak Pounce Attacks: Excellent (maybe too excellent)
Growth Rate and Energy Levels: Off the Charts
Facing the Right Way on the Treadmill: Needs Improvement
Objective: Teach Rookie Kitten to face the right way on the treadmill. Turn the treadmill on HIGH. Take a well deserved nap.
Oh boy, I’ve got my paws full with this one.
–Drill Master Phelps
It’s cute when the Humans try to train your Woofies.
Keep a sharp eye out, though. You don’t want the Humans undoing your hard work.
Practice basic puppy commands regularly. When she sits, purr “good girl” and retract your claws slightly, so that only the glass-etching points remain, half-camouflaged beneath your paw fur.
She’s a good girl.
–Lily, Finnegan, and Amber
Puppies get big way too fast.
That’s why it’s so important to hiss and growl and swat at them when they are still small enough to internalize a lifelong fear of cats.